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212-218, 222-225, 22 7, 229-232, 237-251, 255, 259, 264-275, 277287, 290-291, 296-302, 318, 321-322, 326-327 14.

PASCAL: TREATISE

ON THE ARITHMETICAL TRIANGLE

Vol. 33, pp. 447-473 15.

SWIFT: GULLIVER'S TRAVELS Vol. 36, pp. xv-184

16.

ROUSSEAU: A DISCOURSE ON THE ORIGIN OF INEQUALITY Vol. 38, pp. 323-366

17.

KANT: FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF THE METAPHYSIC OF MORALS Vol. 42, pp. 253-287

18.

MILL:

ON LIBERTY

Vol. 43, pp. 267-323

11

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THIRD YEAR 1.

AESCHYLUS: PROMETHEUS BOUND Vol.

2.

Vol.

I-II, 6,

V]

pp. 349-416, 482-508

7,

pp. 580-608

ARISTOTLE: Vol.

6.

pp. 214-314

PLATO: STATESMAN Vol.

5.

6,

[Book VII-IX]

THUCYDIDES: THE HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR [Book

4.

pp. 40-51

HERODOTUS: THE HISTORY Vol.

3.

5,

8,

ON INTERPRETATION

[Ch. 1-10]

pp. 25-31

ARISTOTLE: POLITICS [Book

III-V]

Vol. 9, pp. 471-519 7.

EUCLID: ELEMENTS [Book

I]

Vol. ii, pp. 1-29 8.

TACITUS: THE

ANNALS

Vol. 15, pp. 1-184 9.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

9 -97] Vol. 20, pp. 205-239 10.

CHAUCER: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA Vol. 22, pp. 1-155

11.

SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH Vol. 27, pp. 284-310

116

[Part I-II,

QQ

TEN YEARS OF READING 12.

MILTON: PARADISE LOST Vol. 32, pp. 93-333

13.

LOCKE AN ESSA Y CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING :

[Book

III,

Ch. 1-3, 9-1

1]

Vol. 35, pp. 251-260, 285-306 14.

KANT: SCIENCE OF RIGHT Vol. 42, pp. 397-458

15.

MILL: REPRESENTATIVE

GOVERNMENT [Ch.

1-6]

Vol. 43, pp. 327-370 16.

LAVOISIER:

ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY

[Part

I]

Vol. 45, pp. 1-52 17.

DOSTOEVSKY: THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

[Part I-II]

Vol. 52, pp. 1-170 18.

FREUD: THE ORIGIN ANALYSIS

AND DEVELOPMENT

OF PSYCHO-

Vol. 54, pp. 1-20

117

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

FOURTH YEAR 1.

EURIPIDES: MEDEA, HIPPOLYTUS, TROJAN

WOMEN, THE

BACCHANTES Vol. 2.

7,

pp. 512-550

8,

Vol.

pp. 287-292, 297-304

ST.

1;

8,

Book

ST.

I,

Ch. 1-2;

Book

IV;

Book

XI, Ch. 1-4]

pp. 499-501, 522-532, 547-548, 587-590

AUGUSTINE: CONFESSIONS [Book

Vol. 18, 7.

IV, Ch. 1-5, 10-14]

ARISTOTLE: METAPHYSICS [Book VI, Ch.

6.

pp. 373-401

ARISTOTLE: PHYSICS [Book Vol.

5.

7,

PLATO: THEAETETUS Vol.

4.

pp. 212-236, 270-281, 340-352

PLATO: REPUBLIC [Book VI-VII] Vol.

3.

5,

IX-XIII]

pp. 61-125

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

[Part

I,

QQ

16-17, 84-88] Vol. 19, pp. 94-104, 440-473 8.

MONTAIGNE: APOLOGY FOR RAIMOND DE SEBONDE Vol. 25, pp. 208-294

9.

GALILEO:

TWO NEW SCIENCES

of Theorem

II]

[Third Day, through Scholium

Vol. 28, pp. 197-210 10.

BACON: NOVUM ORGANUM

[Preface,

Book

Vol. 30, pp. 105-136 11.

DESCARTES: DISCOURSE Vol. 31, pp. 41-67

118

ON THE METHOD

I]

TEN YEARS OF READING 12.

NEWTON: MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY

[Prefaces, Definitions,

Axioms, General Scholium]

Vol. 34, pp. 1-24, 369-372 13.

LOCKE AN ESSA Y CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING :

[Book

II]

Vol. 35, pp. 121-251 14.

HUME: AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING Vol. 35, pp. 450-509

15.

KANT: CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON

[Prefaces,

Introduction,

Transcendental Aesthetic] Vol. 42, pp. 1-33 16.

MELVILLE:

MOBY DICK

Vol. 48 17.

DOSTOEVSKY: THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

[Part III-IV]

Vol. 52, pp. 171-412 18.

JAMES: PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY

[Ch.

XV, XX]

Vol. 53, pp. 396-420, 540-635

119

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

FIFTH YEAR 1.

PLATO: PHAEDO Vol.

2.

8,

pp. 5-21

ARISTOTLE: Vol.

4.

pp. 220-251

ARISTOTLE: CATEGORIES Vol.

3.

7,

8,

ON THE SOUL

[Book

II,

Ch. 1-3;

Book

III]

pp. 642-645, 656-668

HIPPOCRATES: THE OATH; ON ANCIENT MEDICINE; ON AIRS, WATERS, AND PLACES; THE BOOK OF PROGNOSTICS; OF THE EPIDEMICS; THE LAW; ON THE SACRED DISEASE Vol. 10, pp. xiii-26, 44-63, 144, 154-160

5.

GALEN: ON THE NATURAL FACULTIES Vol. 10, pp. 167-215

6.

VIRGIL: THE

AENEID

Vol. 13, pp. 103-379 7.

PTOLEMY: THE ALMAGEST [Book I, Ch. 1-8] COPERNICUS: REVOLUTIONS OF THE HEAVENLY SPHERES [Introduction

— Book

I,

Ch. 11]

KEPLER: EPITOME OF COPERNICAN Part

II,

[Book IV,

Ch. 1-2]

Vol. 16, pp. 5-14, 505~53 2 8.

ASTRONOMY

PLOTINUS: SIXTH

>

887-895

ENNEAD

Vol. 17, pp. 252-360 9.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUM MA THEOLOGICA

75-76, 78-79] Vol. 19, pp. 378~399> 4°7~4 2 7 1 xo

[Part

I,

QQ

TEN YEARS OF READING 10.

DANTE: THE DIVINE COMEDY

[Hell]

Vol. 21, pp. I-52 11.

HARVEY: THE MOTION OF THE HEART AND BLOOD Vol. 28, pp. 267-304

12.

CERVANTES:

DON QUIXOTE

[Part

I]

Vol. 29, pp. xi-204 13.

SPINOZA: ETHICS

[Part II]

Vol. 31, pp. 373-394 14.

BERKELEY: THE PRINCIPLES OF

HUMAN KNOWLEDGE

Vol. 35, pp. 403-444 15.

KANT: CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON

[Transcendental Analytic]

Vol. 42, pp. 34-108 16.

DARWIN: THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES [Introduction— Ch.

6,

Ch. 15]

Vol. 49, pp. 6-98, 230-243 17.

TOLSTOY: WAR

AND PEACE

[Book I-VIII]

Vol. 51, pp. 1-341 18.

JAMES: PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY

[Ch.

XXVIII]

Vol. 53, pp. 851-897

121

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

SIXTH YEAR 1.

2.

OLD TESTAMENT [Genesis, HOMER: THE ODYSSEY Vol.

3.

PLATO: Vol.

4.

7,

pp. 183-322

LAWS

[Book X]

pp. 757-771

ARISTOTLE: METAPHYSICS [Book Vol.

5.

4,

Exodus, Deuteronomy]

8,

XII]

pp. 598-606

TACITUS: THE HISTORIES Vol. 15, pp. 189-302

6.

PLOTINUS: FJKTH

ENNEAD

Vol. 17, pp. 208-251 7.

ST.

AUGUSTINE: THE CITY OF GOD [Book XV-XVIII]

Vol. 18, pp. 397-507 8.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

[Part

I,

QQ

1-13] Vol. 19, pp. 3-75 9.

DANTE: THE DIVINE COMEDY

[Purgatory]

Vol. 21, pp. 53-105 10.

SHAKESPEARE: COMEDY OF ERRORS, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, AS YOU LIKE IT, TWELFTH NIGHT Vol. 26, pp. 149-169, 199-228, 597-626; Vol. 27, pp. 1-28

11.

SPINOZA: ETHICS

[Part

I]

Vol. 31, pp. 355-372 12.

MILTON: SAMSON AGONISTES Vol. 32, pp. 337-378 1 XI

TEN YEARS OF READING 13.

PASCAL: THE PROVINCIAL LETTERS Vol. 33, pp. 1-167

14.

LOCKE AN ESSA Y CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING :

[Book IV] Vol. 35, pp. 307-395 15.

GIBBON: THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE [Ch. 1-5, General Observations in the

on the

Fall

ROMAN EMPIRE

of the

Roman Empire

West]

Vol. 40, pp. 1-5 1, 630-634 16.

KANT: CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON

[Transcendental Dialectic]

Vol. 42, pp. 108-209 17.

HEGEL: PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY

[Introduction]

Vol. 46, pp. 153-206 18.

TOLSTOY: WAR

AND PEACE

[Book IX-XV, Epilogues]

Vol. 51, pp. 342-696

12.3

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

SEVENTH YEAR 1.

2.

OLD TESTAMENT [Job, PLATO: SYMPOSIUM Vol.

3.

pp. i49- : 73

7,

pp. 609-639

ARISTOTLE: ETH/CS [Book VIII-X] Vol.

5.

9,

pp. 406-436

ARCHIMEDES: MEASUREMENT OF A CIRCLE, THE EQUILIBRIUM OF PLANES [Book I], THE SAND-RECKONER, ON FLOATING BODIES [Book I] Vol. 11, pp.

6.

Amos]

PLATO: PHILEBUS Vol.

4.

7,

Isaiah,

447-45^ 502-509, 520-526, 538-542

EPICTETUS: DISCOURSES Vol. 12, pp. 105-245

7.

PLOTINUS FIRST ENNEAD :

Vol. 17, pp. 1-34 8.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

[Part I-II,

QQ

i-5]

Vol. 19, pp. 609-643 9.

DANTE: THE DIVINE COMEDY

[Paradise]

Vol. 21, pp. 106-157 10.

RABELAIS:

GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL

[Book III-IV]

Vol. 24, pp. 127-312 11.

SHAKESPEARE: JULIUS CAESAR, TRA, CORIOLANUS

ANTONY AND

Vol. 26, pp. 568-596; Vol. 27, pp. 311-392

124

CLEOPA-

TEN YEARS OF READING 12.

GALILEO:

TWO NEW SCIENCES [First

Day]

Vol. 28, pp. 131-177 13.

SPINOZA: ETHICS

[Part

IV-V]

Vol. 31, pp. 422-463 14.

NEWTON: MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY [Book

III,

Rules],

OPTICS [Book

I,

Part

I;

Book

III,

Queries] Vol. 34, pp. 270-271, 379-4 2 3 15.

5

516-544

HUYGENS: TREATISE ON LIGHT Vol. 34, pp. 551-619

16.

KANT: CRITIQUE OF PRACTICAL REASON Vol. 42, pp. 291-361

17.

KANT: CRITIQUE OF JUDGEMENT [Critique

of Aesthetic Judge-

ment] Vol. 42, pp. 461-549 18.

MILL: UTILITARIANISM Vol. 43, pp. 445-476

I2-5

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

EIGHTH YEAR 1.

ARISTOPHANES: THESMOPHORIAZUSAE, ECCLESIAZUSAE, PLUTUS Vol.

2.

pp. 600-642

PLATO: GORGIAS Vol.

3.

5,

7,

pp. 252-294

ARISTOTLE: ETHICS [Book V] Vol. 9, pp. 376-387

4.

ARISTOTLE: RHETORIC [Book I, Ch. 1—Book Ch. 20—Book III, Ch. 1; Book III, Ch. 13-19]

II,

Ch.

1;

Book

II,

Vol. 9, pp. 593-623, 640-654, 667-675 5.

ST.

AUGUSTINE: ON CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE

Vol. 18, pp. 619-698 6.

HOBBES: LEVIATHAN

[Part II]

Vol. 23, pp. 99-164 7.

SHAKESPEARE: OTHELLO, KING LEAR Vol. 27, pp. 205-283

8.

BACON: ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING [Book I, II,

Ch.

1—Book

Ch. 11] Vol. 30, pp. 1-55

9.

DESCARTES: MEDITATIONS

ON THE FIRST PHILOSOPHY

Vol. 31, pp. 69-103 10.

SPINOZA: ETHICS

[Part III]

Vol. 31, pp. 395-4 22 11.

LOCKE: A LETTER CONCERNING TOLERATION Vol. 35, pp. 1-22 12.6

TEN YEARS OF READING 12.

STERNE: TRISTRAM

SHANDY

Vol. 36, pp. 190-556 13.

ROUSSEAU: A DISCOURSE ON POLITICAL ECONOMY Vol. 38, pp. 367-385

14.

ADAM

SMITH: THE

Vol. 39, pp. 15.

1

WEALTH OF NATIONS [Book

II]

17-162

BOSWELL: THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON Vol. 44, pp. 49-55, 104-139, 159-173, 247-262, 281-322

16.

MARX: CAPITAL

[Prefaces, Part I-II]

Vol. 50, pp. 1-84 17.

GOETHE: FAUST

[Part

I]

Vol. 47, pp. 1-114 18.

JAMES: PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY

[Ch. VIII-X]

Vol. 53, pp. 130-259

ix 7

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

NINTH YEAR 1.

PLATO: THE SOPHIST Vol.

2.

Vol.

[Book VII-VIII] 6,

pp. 538-593

ARISTOTLE: POLITICS [Book Vol.

4.

pp. 551-579

THUCYDIDES: THE HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN

WAR 3.

7,

9,

VII-VIII]

pp. 527-54 8

APOLLONIUS: ON CONIC SECTIONS [Book III,

I,

Prop. 1-15;

Book

Prop. 42-55]

Vol. 11, pp. 603-624, 780-797 5.

NEW TESTAMENT

[The Gospel According to Saint John, The

Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the

Romans, The

First Epistle

of Paul

the Apostle to the Corinthians] 6.

ST.

AUGUSTINE: THE CITY OF GOD [Book

V,

XIX]

Vol. 18, pp. 207-230, 507-530 7.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

QQ

1-7]

[Part II-II,

Vol. 20, pp. 380-416 8.

GILBERT:

ON THE LOADSTONE

Vol. 28, pp. 1-121 9.

DESCARTES: RULES FOR THE DIRECTION OF THE Vol. 31, pp. 1-40

10.

DESCARTES: GEOMETRY Vol. 31, pp. 295-353

ix8

MIND

TEN YEARS OF READING 11.

PASCAL: THE GREAT EXPERIMENT CONCERNING THE EQUI-

LIBRIUM OF FLUIDS, ON GEOMETRICAL DEMONSTRATION Vol. 33, pp. 382-389, 430-446 12.

FIELDING:

TOM JONES

Vol. 37 13.

MONTESQUIEU: THE

SPIRIT OF

LAWS

[Book I-V,

VIII,

XI-

XII] Vol. 38, pp. 1-33, 51-58, 68-96 14.

FOURIER: ANALYTICAL THEORY OF

HEAT

[Preliminary

Discourse, Ch. 1-2] Vol. 45, pp. 169-251 15.

FARADAY: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES IN ELECTRICITY [Series I-II], A SPECULATION TOUCHING ELECTRIC CONDUCTION AND THE NATURE OF MATTER Vol. 45, pp. 265-302, 850-855

16.

HEGEL: PHILOSOPHY OF RIGHT

[Part III]

Vol. 46, pp. 55-114 17.

MARX: CAPITAL

[Part III-IV]

Vol. 50, pp. 85-250 18.

FREUD: CIVILIZATION

AND

ITS

DISCONTENTS

Vol. 54, pp. 767-802

129

THE GREAT CONVERSATION

TENTH YEAR 1.

SOPHOCLES: A]AX, ELECTRA Vol.

2.

PLATO: TIMAEUS Vol.

3.

pp. i43~ l6 9

5,

7,

pp. 442-477

ARISTOTLE: Book Ch.

1,

II,

Ch.

ON THE PARTS OF ANIMALS [Book 1], ON THE GENERATION OF ANIMALS

Ch.

I,

1—

[Book

I,

17-18, 20-23]

Vol. 9, pp. 161-171, 255-256, 261-266, 268-271 4.

LUCRETIUS:

ON THE NATURE OF THINGS [Book

V-VI]

Vol. 12, pp. 61-97 5.

VIRGIL:

THE ECLOGUES, THE GEORGICS

Vol. 13, pp. 3-99 6.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

[Part

I,

QQ

[Part

I,

QQ

65-74] Vol. 19, pp. 339-377 7.

ST.

THOMAS AQUINAS: SUMMA THEOLOGICA

90-102] Vol. 19, pp. 480-527 8.

CHAUCER: CANTERBURY TALES Miller's

[Prologue,

Knight's

Prologue and Tale, Reeve's Prologue and Tale, Wife of

Bath's Prologue and Tale, Friar's Prologue and Tale,

Prologue and Tale, Pardoner's Prologue and Tale] Vol. 22, pp. 159-232, 256-295, 372-382

130

Tale,

Summoner's

TEN YEARS OF READING 9.

SHAKESPEARE: THE TRAGEDY OF KING RICHARD II, THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY IV, THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY IV, THE LIFE OF KING HENRY V Vol. 26, pp. 320-351, 434-502, 532-567

10.

HARVEY: ON THE GENERATION OF ANIMALS

[Introduction

—Exercise 62] Vol. 28, pp. 331-470 11.

CERVANTES:

DON QUIXOTE

[Part II]

Vol. 29, pp. 203-429 12.

KANT: CRITIQUE OF JUDGEMENT

[Critique

of Teleological

Judgement] Vol. 42, pp. 550-613 13.

BOSWELL: THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON Vol. 44, pp. 354-364, 373-384, 39 I ~407> 49 8 -5i5, 584-587

14.

GOETHE: FAUST

[Part II]

Vol. 47, pp. 115-294 15.

DARWIN: THE DESCENT OF MAN

[Part

I;

Part III, Ch. 21]

Vol. 49, pp. 255-363, 590-597 16.

MARX: CAPITAL

[Part VII-VIII]

Vol. 50, pp. 279-383 17.

JAMES: PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY

[Ch.

I,

V-VII]

Vol. 53, pp. 1-7, 84-129 18.

FREUD: A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHO-ANALYSIS Vol. 54, pp. 449-638

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